“Over the years, having now studied different yogic philosophies, world religions, neuroscience, and leadership philosophies — combined with my personal passion for reflection and the holistic approaches to movement and health — I’ve developed a greater appreciation for the messengers.
In the early years of my coaching practice, I often laid out key principles I believed in on cards in front of me while I took calls with my clients. They served as guides to our conversation whenever things seemed to go off track.
As I continued to explore the use of cards in different traditions, I kept seeking a deck that wasn’t designed to tell me my future, or tell me if I should leave my job or my relationship. I wanted a deck rooted in principles.
And I knew it was up to me to create it.
After weeks of massive waves of inspiration, this deck came to life in the form of a really detailed spreadsheet. I called up Nadine Nevitt (a local Vancouver artist I am ridiculously inspired by) to ask if she wanted to work on this “small project” of bringing this spreadsheet of ideas to life. She was an enthusiastic yes … with neither of us realizing that it’d be a two-year adventure in the making.
And now, it’s yours.
It feels surreal to be able to share this creation with you. Nadine has done an amazing job capturing all the nuances, the playfulness, the detailed requirements, and the feel of each card. My hope is that they are as pleasing to your eye as they are to your soul.
Enjoy your inquest.” ~ Matt Corker
Matt Corker’s Background
Matt Corker is the CEO of The Corker Co and creator of The Inquest Deck, a set of cards designed to create deeper conversations about yourself with yourself. He holds an MBA from the Copenhagen Business School, is a certified international yoga teacher and author, and loves sharing that extra scoop of ice cream with the love of his life.